Willie Springer, Thu, 22 May 2014 12:16:00 GMT
SEGMENT 1 – Show Open: Hello to Charlie filling in for Tim, changing passwords, shredding paper, an attempted drive by that failed, only important relevant stuff is on Twitter, never enjoy getting up early for this show, Doug won a contest for reportedly being employee of the month, so darn expensive at that Bi-Park Village, Doug does not like The Cat’s idea of letting Yadier Molina bunt in a potential game-winning situation, hot shot to short winner…, Manny Aybar wants a description of what the Plow Boy is wearing today, Doug feels he’s better than some hoosiers, Doug’s Miami days, Billy “The Kangaroo Kid” Cunningham was a fine player, part of the fun of media is covering stories with the other media, Charlie maybe did not get a proper education in college, if Doug were a college professor…, the vulgar texting, wondering what will happen with the seventh movie of “Fast & Furious” after Paul Walker’s death, St. Louis Ambush news on Wednesday, people get ripped on regardless if their present or not, another thrilling hilarious phone call, Michael Wacha getting nailed in the dugout by a screaming liner off the bat of Matt Adams, if interviewees have ever cussed or misspoke during an interview, that ping pong sound behind Joe Kelly the one time & college is damn exspensive.
SEGMENT 2 – Where everyone went to school, some school stories, plagarizing, cheating, Doug was a four-star prospect in college, also a five-star tool, showing your test to someone else, if someone else’s paper is just sitting there to be seen…, Willie claims he never cheated, also said his teachers always knew who he was, Brian Hoffman steps into the studio to consult on this whole cheating debate & dumpster diving to find the answer keys to tests in Doug’s day at Mizzou.
SEGMENT 3 – Joe Strauss: Caller Steve congratulates Doug on being employee of the month, hello to Joe, happy to speaking with Chuck, thoughts on Jason Motte’s return, the decision made by Mike Matheny in the ninth inning with Yadi bunting and runners on, hitting improving but power still inconsistent, Oscar Tavares timeline, belief that a Tavares presence could be a distraction, offensive situation not so dire that a big roster change is needed, suprised by defensive capability & thoughts on benching Allen Craig.
SEGMENT 4 – Fun with Audio: The Cat asks Willie how the show is going without Tim, watching referees, TV shows that Doug watches, we really loved “True Detective”, going to be hard to top season one, thoughts on big fake monster movies, newscast gets hijacked, baseball coach goes off on team, experiences of coaches going nuts, how Doug would motivate his team, Tim is a fiery leader, Doug’s thoughts on pulling the ball as a hitter, how to motivate today’s youth, Mr. High School Sports (Charlie) wants to look up local homerun leaders, volleyball was not offered back in the day & athletes today are better than they’ve ever been.
SEGMENT 5 – Email of the Day